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Our Kindness Christmas Tradition

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BE KIND

December 1st, 2018


So a few years ago, I saw the idea of a "kindness calendar" for the month of December. I pretty much stole it from Pinterest and made it my own. I made sure to make age-appropriate things all of my kids can do and I took into account what days were busier for us and what days we had more time to focus on an in-depth task.


Click here to see me talking about it on Great Day Live


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Be KIND.

So a few years ago, I saw the idea of a "kindness calendar" for the month of December. I pretty much stole it from Pinterest and made it my own. I made sure to make age-appropriate things all of my kids can do and I took into account what days were busier for us and what days we had more time to focus on an in-depth task.

Click here to see me explaining it on Great Day Live

Several people were asking about the calendar I used, so I'm happy to share it. Feel free to steal it and make it your own or simply print mine and use it for yourself.

A little kindness goes a long way!

FREE Download here: https://www.kelseystarks.com/p...

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